Monthly Archives: January 2018

Henry Coley and Emerson’s Point of Death

In the previous post I looked at a chart of William Lilly and showed how Emerson’s “Death Point” was a useful tool in analyzing a decumbiture chart. Upon reading that post, a colleague from Argentina called my attention to a … Continue reading

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William Lilly and Charles Emerson’s Uranian Death Point

In her book on horary astrology (p. 173), Barbara Watters popularized Charles Emerson’s “death point” which is mentioned in THE KEY TO URANIAN ASTROLOGY by Hans Niggemann and calculated with the formula: Mars + Saturn – MC.¬† Mars and Saturn … Continue reading

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Bonatti on choosing among options in horary

Bonatti gives an interesting method of answering horary questions of the type, “Should I choose option A or B or C, etc.? Which option is best for me?” Ben¬†Dykes translates Bonatti’s chapter heading as follows: “Of two lands or houses … Continue reading

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Student Missing in Lake Forest

Earlier this week a headline caught my eye: Student Missing in Lake Forest (California). According to the news article: “Blaze Bernstein entered Borrego Park in the Foothill Ranch-Lake Forest area of Orange County Jan. 2 at 11 p.m. The college … Continue reading

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